The Philips EasySense system is compatible with Philips Xitanium SR (sensor ready) drivers eliminating the need for auxiliary devices and alleviates time-consuming configuration issues. Integrated sensors blend within the luminaire leaving the ceiling uncluttered.
EasySense works with applicable wireless switches. Sensors can be grouped to switches to enable on/off and dim-up/dim-down functionality, plus facilitate scene setting with dual-rocker switches for SNS200. Grouping is easily accomplished via the EasySense IR feature of the Philips field apps from floor level. Once grouped, sensor parameters can also be programmed for the group in one step without having to program each individual sensor.
- SNS102 for Basic Grouping Combined occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, and task tuning. Per-fixture control and grouping to wireless switches. Meets use cases for auto-off/manual-on (vacancy sensing) and auto-off/partial-on. Common pre-sets; works out of the box. Android app-based configuring and grouping.
- SNS200 for Advanced Grouping Occupancy sharing – Program the group so that light levels for peripheral fixtures stay at task or background level if occupancy is detected elsewhere in the group. Scene Setting – Easily create preset scenes for your group, such as presentation mode for a conference room to lower light levels near the screen and keep higher levels in the back of the room. DLC Qualified – Listed in the DLC Qualified Products List (QPL) for Networked Lighting Control (NLC) systems. Plus all the great features of SNS102 for Basic Grouping.
- SNS300 for Networks SNS300 extends the ability to connect to third-party gateways and networks. Based on ZigBee technology, it is ideal for use in wireless systems for indoor connected lighting and can now be an integral part of networks also based on the ZigBee standard. SNS300 can provide fixture-specific information into networks for centralized control and enable functionality such as energy monitoring, scheduling, and load shedding. A program is under development by Philips Lighting to qualify third-party network systems for use with EasySense SNS300.